20 Productive Things to Do During Your Downtime in 2017 Productive Things To Do Play around with new technology.Write thank-you notes.Schedule all your appointments.Make reservations for future plans and trips.Get your planner or calendar organized for the new year.Talk to your friends and family about what you do.Call your long-distance friends.Start building a habit.Learn a new skill for your job.Learn a new skill not for your job.Catch up on reading.Listen to podcasts.Organize your inbox.Volunteer.Find a quiet space to let your mind wander.Get exercise in.Set goals for next year.Do any work-related tasks in the morning.Watch a documentary.Prepare meals in advance. Work and a busy schedule can take a lot out of a person. Thankfully, vacation is a great time to slow down, recharge, spend time seeing your loved ones, and do things you wouldn't normally have time to do. To help you get ahead for the upcoming year, we've put together a list of 20 ideas for productive things to do during your downtime while on vacation. 2) Write thank-you notes.
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Contexte français Matthieu Cisel (STEF, Cachan), Éric Bruillard (STEF, Cachan) RÉSUMÉ : Cette chronique retrace les grandes étapes de l’histoire des MOOC, ou Massive Open Online Courses, depuis l’apparition du MIT OpenCourseWare jusqu’à janvier 2013, en se focalisant sur les plates-formes américaines (Coursera, edX et Udacity). Elle présente les approches pédagogiques sous-tendant les différents modèles de cours et notamment la distinction entre MOOC connectivistes comme le premier MOOC francophone Itypa (cMOOC) et ceux orientés vers la transmission des connaissances (xMOOC). Des exemples de déroulement des cours sont ensuite brièvement décrits. La participation au cours Designing a New Learning Environment de la plateforme Venture Lab permet de décrire certains points clés des cMOOC. MOOC, cMOOC, xMOOC, Udacity, Coursera, edX, cours en ligne KEYWORDS : MOOC, cMOOC, xMOOC, Udacity, Coursera, edX, online courses 1. 2. 2.1. 2.1.1. 2.2. 2.3. 2.3.1. 2.3.2. 2.3.3. 2.3.4. 2.4. 2.4.1. 2.4.2. xMOOC et cMOOC 3. 4.
RWM101: Foundations of Real World Math "Why is math important? Why do I have to learn math?" These are typical questions that you have most likely asked at one time or another in your education. While you may learn things in math class that you will not use again, the study of mathematics is still an important one for human development. Math is widely-used in daily activities (e.g. shopping, cooking, etc.) and in most careers (e.g. medicine, teaching, engineering, construction, business, statistics in psychology, etc.). This course begins your journey into the "Real World Math" series. Let's start with fractions. This course will also introduce you to decimals and percentages, which are widely used in money, finances, and measurement. You will also learn to write ratios and solve proportions in the course. Finally, have you wondered how graphs and charts are created with certain data?
Massive Open Online Course Pour l’article ayant un titre homophone, voir Mook. Schéma présentant huit concepts-clé d'un MOOC connectiviste, concernant la relation pédagogique (en beige) et les cadres techno-organisationnel et éthique (en bleu). La dimension collaborative s'appuiera par exemple sur des wikis permettant aux apprenants et enseignants d'améliorer chaque année les ressources et supports pédagogiques à disposition de tous, par exemple sur les grands wikis de la Wikimedia Foundation. Les participants aux cours, enseignants et élèves, sont dispersés géographiquement et communiquent uniquement par Internet. Dénomination[modifier | modifier le code] Poster anglophone titré « MOOC, every letter is negotiable », (« MOOC, chaque lettre est négociable »), explorant le sens de chaque lettre de l'acronyme MOOC. L'appellation « MOOC » a été reconnue en entrant dans le Larousse 2016. Éléments de définition[modifier | modifier le code] Types[modifier | modifier le code] Historique[modifier | modifier le code]
references yo Thirteen Writing Prompts. [Originally published May 4, 2006.] Write a scene showing a man and a woman arguing over the man’s friendship with a former girlfriend. Do not mention the girlfriend, the man, the woman, or the argument. Write a short scene set at a lake, with trees and shit. Choose your favorite historical figure and imagine if he/she had been led to greatness by the promptings of an invisible imp living behind his or her right ear. Write a story that ends with the following sentence: Debra brushed the sand from her blouse, took a last, wistful look at the now putrefying horse, and stepped into the hot-air balloon. A wasp called the tarantula hawk reproduces by paralyzing tarantulas and laying its eggs into their bodies. Imagine if your favorite character from 19th-century fiction had been born without thumbs. Write a story that begins with a man throwing handfuls of $100 bills from a speeding car, and ends with a young girl urinating into a tin bucket.
creative writing prompts . com ideas for writers Breezy Friendship Bracelets The best summer project around? Friendship bracelets... So portable, so cute and so easy! And you don’t need to be intimidatingly crafty to make them. Over the past few years, we have featured several knotted bracelet designs here on the Bee (click here to see them all), but this season's version is the easiest and breeziest. The Breezy Friendship Bracelets also have a new streamlined, adjustable closure for easy on and off. Kids can easily get in on this friendship bracelet action. Materials A least two colors of 1mm Chinese Knotting Cord. You will also need a lighter and a safety pin. Finished Size 7 inches around with two 3-inch ties. Pattern One Sided Wrap Bracelet (Narrower) Pick two colors: an Under Color and an Over Color. Line up one end of the Base and Working Cords and tie them together in a simple overhand knot, 5 inches from the aligned ends. Pull the Working Cord to the right side of the beginning knot, while keeping the Base Cords grouped together, hanging straight down.
DIY – Cress cups with a face Cress is a lovely herb that tastes great on a sandwich with cheese or cream cheese. It’s also a herb that is really easy to grow at home. Within days you can harvest from your own little window garden. When I found these little sake cups at the thrift store I immediately saw some great looking cress planters in them. Because what looks better then a cute little face with some green hair? This is also a great little project to do with kids. Learn how to make these cute little cress cups with a face after the jump. . . What you need for cress cups with a face – white sake cups (a small bowl or teacup will work too) – black ceramic marker – oven – cotton pads – cress seeds How to make these cute cress cups with a face 1. Aren’t they cute?
Stained Storage Boxes Today I'm continuing my organizing marathon with this little storage box set! They're super easy to make, lined with cute fabric and the perfect fit for our big bookshelf in our upstairs hallway. Supplies: Wooden boxes with lids, Martha Stewart wood stain in Beach Glass, brush, cotton rags, and printed cotten fabric for the box lining. 1. Tonight Jeremy and I are planning a burgers + cleaning night. Credits// Author and Photography: Elsie Larson, Project Assistant: Laura Gummerman Today I'm continuing my organizing marathon with this little storage box set! 1.